Hypergolic earth-storable N2O4/Amine propellants are used for a wide range of liquid propulsion system applications. These propellants are highly reactive and can experience reactive stream separation (RSS, i.e., blowapart) which can inhibit intraelement mixing, hence reducing the overall spray mixture ratio and mass distribution, which can result in altered combustion efficiency, gas-side heat transfer coefficient, and stability. An experimental and analytical program was conducted to develop an understanding of the mechanisms controlling RSS. The program and product was development of design criteria for coping with RSS to allow the design of high performing, stable injectors. RSS mechanisms were identified using high speed color photography to observe reactive stream mixing of single element injectors tested with N2O4/MMH, N2O4/A-50, and N2O4/N2H4 propellants. The parametric characterization included modeling of the Space Shuttle Orbital Maneuvering System and Reaction Control System engine injectors.